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This work proposes a new method for measuring the position and attitude of an autonomous land vehicle navigating in a rough terrain. The measurement system proposed here provides precise information… Expand
Recent trends and advances of automated guidance and positioning techniques and systems are surveyed, especially good for application to automated factory of many kinds in Japan.
_An experimental on-board location and guidance system is described which is controlled by a dead-reckoning computer which has a route setting system in the computer memory. The location and heading… Expand
Large space structures are very flexible and are easily deformed due to any disturbances in the space environment. This paper proposes a tendon control system for the shape control of flexible space… Expand
This paper proposes two passive reference methods of position finding for an automatic guidance system of a ground vehicle using laser beam and corner cube(retro-reflector). One is a positioning… Expand
Recent trends on advanced AGV are reviewed and discussed with examples. Special concern is made for automated position finding, guidance and multivehicle strategies, as well as communication systems.… Expand
This paper presents a local approach to real-time collision avoidance between mobile robots based on velocity vector modification method. In the approach, a risk evaluation function of neighbouring… Expand
This paper proposes a measuring system for determining the current position and/or heading of a ground vehicle. The system is made up of digital speed pick-ups (tire revolution counters) set on both… Expand
This paper presents a local approach for real-time collision avoidance among autonomous mobile robots based on non-linear programming. Here, we consider multiple mobile robots travelling to their own… Expand